Joe D's Notebook: Missouri - The RecapThere really isn’t much to say about what happened at Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field on Saturday Night. Missouri came in and blasted UConn 52-12 in a game that didn’t feel that close. There are no positive spins, no talking about strain and pulling the rope,
Joe D's Notebook: Memphis, The RecapEmbarrassing. That was the common refrain in the post game interview room Friday Night at Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.
Ranking UConn Football’s 2017 OpponentsHere is a preview of the Huskies’ 2017 opponents, ranked from least to most difficult.
Edsall Appeals Ruling That Found Hiring of Son Was ImproperThe University of Connecticut and football coach Randy Edsall are appealing a ruling by the state's ethics office that the school violated Connecticut's ban on nepotism by hiring Edsall's son as an assistant coach.
Joe D's Notebook: 8/28/2017It’s baaack…Yes, with the football season opening on Thursday night at Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field (heretofore to be called “The Rent”) it’s time to get back to giving my thoughts on the Huskies. It’s been a great summer but I am ready to get back to covering the Huskies.
UConn Football Players Preview 2017 SeasonIn a new video released on the UConn Huskies' YouTube page, multiple players on the football team opened up about the upcoming season.
Huskies Gear Up For Edsall Era, Part 2Randy Edsall is not expecting his UConn football program will pick up right where he left it in January 2011 after leading the Huskies to the Fiesta Bowl to end his first 11-year stint as head coach.
State Officials Say UConn Coach OK To Hire Son As AssistantState ethics lawyers are recommending the University of Connecticut be allowed to hire football coach Randy Edsall's son as the team's assistant coach.
UConn Football Coach Son's Job Questioned By Ethics PanelA state ethics office is questioning whether the son of University of Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall should be hired as the team's assistant coach.
Re-hired Edsall Able To Sell History At UConn To RecruitsRandy Edsall had less than a month to put together his first recruiting class since being re-hired as coach at UConn, but says having a history at the school was invaluable in landing a recruiting class that includes 18 high school seniors and two college transfers.
Edsall Staff Taking ShapeRandy Edsall continues to fill out his staff for his second go-round as head coach of UConn football.
UConn Football Names New Offensive CoordinatorHe comes to UConn from Auburn University